Kansas City Chiefs vs. Las Vegas Raiders Tickets
About Kansas City Chiefs vs. Las Vegas Raiders
The Chiefs-Raiders rivalry is, without a doubt, one of the most intense in the NFL. The rivalry stems from the fact that the two teams have shared the same division since the establishment of the American Football League in 1960. Initially, they were together in the AFL Western Conference and since 1970, they have been together in the AFC West. The first meeting between the two rivals was on September 16, 1960 – a game won by the Dallas Texans - former name of the Kansas City Chiefs. The teams have met a total of 116 times (including the playoffs). The Chiefs lead the all time series by 62-52-2. With records pretty even, it is a given this rivalry has had some notable moments.
Notable Moments - Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders
How it all began - Even though a rivalry was brewing long before, it was during the 1970 NFL season it intensified. The Chiefs had a 17-1 lead in the fourth quarter, and it seemed like they were ready to run out the clock. Chiefs’ quarterback, Len Dawson rolled right and got enough yardage for a first down. As he fell to the ground, Raiders defensive end, Ben Davidson dove right into Dawson with his helmet. In retaliation, Davidson was attacked by Chiefs wide receiver Otis Taylor. Soon a bench-clearing brawl ensued. Both Davidson and Tyler were ejected.
The Warpaint Parade –Warpaint, Chiefs mascot, was paraded around the field after every touchdown in the 1975 season, as the Chiefs beat the Raiders, 42-10. This prompted the Raiders’ coach, John Madden to make a bitter comment after losing the game.
We couldn’t beat the Chiefs, but we damn near killed their horse.
Head to Head Records - Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders
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The Chiefs are in a relatively better spot, in terms of overall performance. The two teams have met thrice in the playoffs, with the Chiefs leading 2-1. The first time the Chiefs faced off against the Raiders in the playoffs was in 1968 (Raiders 41, Chiefs 6), the second meeting was in 1970 (Chiefs 12, Raiders 7) and the third meeting was in 1991 (Chiefs 10, Raiders 6).
Hall of Famers - Kansas City Chiefs & Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders have had many talented players on their roster. Many have been inducted into the Pro-Football Hall of Fame. Ron Mix – a University of Southern California graduate, inducted in 1979, is one of them. The team also has tight end, Dave Casper on the honor roll. Casper, with 5,216 receiving yards, was inducted in 2002. Another inductee is Ray Guy, the University of Southern Mississippi graduate with 1,049 punts. On the other hand, the Kansas City Chiefs also have quite a few Hall of Famers. These include the founder, Lamar Hunt. Lamar was a huge promoter of sports and football in particular. He passed away in 2006. Quarterback Len Dawson is another who got inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1987. He is a graduate of Purdue University and has also played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns. Safety Gary Barbaro was inducted into the Chiefs Hall of Fame in 2013.
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders – Don’t miss out!
These two major NFL rivals are all set to face off against each other one more time. No matter whose side you are on, a game between these two is going to be a must watch. The two teams are ready to meet on October 19, 2017 at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland. After that, the teams will meet on December 10. Grab your Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders tickets for these two fixtures. With a rivalry this intense, the tickets are not expected to last very long. Cheap Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders tickets are available here.